a white person.
Also gub [guhb] /gʌb/.
Origin of gubbah
< Australian Pidgin English, representing government man
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Historical Examples of gub
He answered to the name of Gub, and his master to that of Jimmy Stirks.When Life Was Young
C. A. Stephens
"All in the newspapers to-morrow, gub'nor," said Earl Maudlin, who evidently enjoyed the confusion and despair of his companion.